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Ronan Murray Named Managing Partner for EY Ireland’s Cork Division

Ronan Murray, who specializes in corporate and financial consultancy, is currently the Managing Partner at EY Ireland’s Cork office.Mr. Murray will take over as President of Cork Chamber, having served for more than 35 years under the leadership of John Higgins. Mr. Murray is a graduate of University College Cork and a fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland.
He is currently a corporate finance partner for mergers and acquisitions at EY Ireland. He will be in charge of 24 partners and around 400 staff members at EY’s Cork practice.

The Tralee native said he plans to grow disciplines including artificial intelligence, data analytics, law, and life sciences in addition to expanding the national pensions center of excellence at EY’s Cork office. Furthermore, EY’s Cork office offers assurance, consulting, tax, corporate finance, and strategy services.
“I am really proud to take on the incredible opportunity to lead EY’s Cork office, as we look to build on the transformational success of recent years and chart a course for the next phase of growth for the practice, our clients and our community,” said Murray.

“As the business landscape continues to grow in complexity, more and more organisations are turning to EY to help them solve their most pressing challenges – supporting sustainable growth, driving digital transformation, and advising on operations and financial performance.”Due to the immense potential of artificial intelligence, the pressing need to meet sustainability and decarbonization standards, and the ongoing global financial uncertainties, businesses require prompt access to high-quality advice and support. EY Cork offers the skills, capacity, and industry knowledge to provide our clients with solutions in a timely and efficient manner, enhancing everyone’s working environment.”

“Ronan brings a wealth of experience and expertise with him into this role, and I know he will serve our clients, our people, and our business with distinction,” states Frank O’Keeffe, managing partner of EY Ireland.We hope that with him leading the way, both our Cork practice and the broader regional practice will flourish for many years to come.”